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How to Stop Worrying about Food & Fall in Love with Your Body—A Queer Body Love Workshop

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How to Stop Worrying about Food & Fall in Love with Your Body—A Queer Body Love Workshop
October 30, 2016 5:00 PM
October 30, 2016 7:00 PM
Bureau of General Services—Queer Division @
212 620 7310 ext. 300
October 19, 2016
Bureau of General Services—Queer Division @ The Center
212 620 7310 ext. 300
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208 West 13th Street, Room 210, New York, NY, 10011, United States
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Do your feminist, body positive beliefs feel out of whack with your real, lived experience? Do you feel like you know how to talk the talk but you don’t know how to walk to the walk? Are you sick of wasting time, energy and money on guilt, shame and anxiety about what you did or didn’t do with your body?

If you know that you’re ready to make a shift towards radical self acceptance, once and for all, stepping towards feeling sane around food and confident in your body, I invite you to join us for this powerful Queer Body Love workshop. You will learn strategies and mindset shifts you can take home and apply for the rest of your life.

Experience the possibility of freedom and deep love for yourself, and take home ideas and tools to support you:

● Feel great naked.
● Eat without worry.
● Stop dieting & trust yourself and your body.
● Deepen a sense of confidence in yourself as a powerful, beautiful human being

You deserve to shine, feeling strong & beautiful, inside and out.

This is your moment. Come join me for an afternoon of inspiration, insight, & support to begin a sustainable shift towards radical self-love, once and for all.

Please register in advance at if possible. Walk-up registration may be available at the door but isn’t guaranteed.


Elizabeth Cooper founded her own company, Queer Body Love Coaching, to support folks find freedom from struggles with food, body image and self worth so they can live into the power and beauty of who they are. She studied yoga intensively in 2008 at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. This provided the personal development framework for her to heal my own relationship to food, her body and herself. She has been an active and serious student of Buddhism since the fall of 2011, when she lived at a Buddhist monastery and nunnery in India. That along with studying the cultural politics of the body, feminism and queer theory, in Princeton and in life, provide the basis for her work. She’s excited to bring this workshop, popular in the Bay Area, where it’s been presented a dozen times, to New York!